To celebrate 25 years of Mercedes-Benz’s Vito, the German manufacturer gave it a slight make over.
Citroën describes its facelifted C3 as “The new face of French chic”. Building on its already unique looks, the facelifted model adds subtle changes to the exterior.
Short on the heels of the local launch of its big performance-orientated SUV siblings, the SQ7 and SQ8, Audi has introduced refined versions of its sprinters, the RS6 Avant and RS7 Sportback in South Africa.
Toyota filled the gap in its SUV/Crossover line-up with the local introduction of the new Urban Cruiser.
The latest incarnation of BMW’s iconic M3 Competition Sedan and M4 Competition Coupé will entertain South Africans with unique styling, cutting-edge race technology and performance that will leave most others out in the cold.
Kia’s Picanto underwent a mid-life refreshment and in the process added a new range topper, called the Picanto X-Line, with distinct new crossover styling.
Audi launched its V8 diesel versions in sporty disguise called the SQ7 and the SQ8 in the in the high-performance SUV segment.
The Hyundai Motor Company started the year on a winning streak, announcing its win of four accolades at the 2020 Good Design awards late last year.
Toyota has introduced the Agya, a product from its collaboration with part-owned Daihatsu, in the local market.
After a pandemic-related wait, Audi has finally launched the S7 Sportback to join the rest of the A7 range.
Renault added a new model to its Kwid line-up, called the Kwid Ultra. Only 100 units of this limited edition will be available.
A visual and technical update is just what the doctor ordered for Audi’s large Q7 SUV to stay competitive in the large SUV market segment.
Honda South Africa has introduced the eighth generation of its Ballade compact sedan in South Africa.